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BENIN REPUBLIC NANS PRESIDENT SAYS FG’S BAN ON CERTIFICATES AFFECTS 15,000 NIGERIAN STUDENTS

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Benin Republic, has called for leniency over the ban on validation of degree certificates from the country and Togo, saying 15,000 Nigerian students are in Benin.

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A reporter detailed how he bagged a degree in under two months from a university in the Benin Republic and even enrolled in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) for the second time.

In the wake of the development, the Federal Government banned the validation of degree certificates from the countries.

But, the NANS president of Benin Republic Ugochukwu Favour said the government should consider legitimately admitted students.

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